By Rachel Avraham, Jerusalem Online–—
“I believe that in the coming decades, things can change especially because the young people do not believe in the tyrannical slogans in the Arab world,” Mendi Safadi, who heads the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Human Rights and Public Relations, stated.
Mendi Safadi, who heads the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Human Rights and Public Relations and who formerly served as Minister Ayoob Kara’s Chief of Staff, met with Saudi officials in Washington, DC. They discussed Saudi-Israeli relations, potential cooperation on the Iranian issue and the normalization of economic ties between the two countries. They even discussed the possibility of the Saudis taking over control of the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.
The Al Aqsa Mosque is presently being ruled by the Jordanians. The Jordanians have a history of ignoring the fact that various Palestinian groups have been utilizing the holy site in order to start riots and engage in other acts of violence against Israel. Indeed, according to various sources, the Jordanian regime stands behind much of the unrest in the Temple Mount area. Their media outlets call attacks against Israelis “heroic operations” and they urge Palestinians to harm Israel.
In a previous interview conducted by JerusalemOnline, Dr. Mordechai Kedar stated: ““There is no doubt that Jordan fights against Israel in every arena except the security arena around the border. A Jordanians prince named Zaid bin Raad is the head of the International Human Rights Council in Geneva. He is behind a series of decisions that are against Israel. He is directed by the king to bash Israel at every possible opportunity. Jordan was behind the decisions of UNESCO, which doesn’t recognize the Jewish connection to Jerusalem and Hebron. Many other actions they do cannot go along with the peace agreement with Jordan.” Continue Reading…